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>>> that's it for us tonight, >>> more deadly news tonight, the "fast & furious" star, paul walker, ending in tragedy, and later tonight, rescue crews board a u.s. airways flight and then made an announcement that one of the passengers had had a potentially dangerous, deadly tuberculosis. more from dr. sanjay gupta. we begin tonight with breaking news, officials say the commuter train that flew off a curve yesterday morning just north of manhattan was going nearly three times the speed limit, 82 in a 30 miles an hour zone, four people died in the crash. we're going to hear from the survivor and the family of one of the people who was killed. first, we learned just a short time ago from investigators on scene as jason carroll reports, we already have learned a lot. >> reporter: investigators cannot say whether it was human error or mechanical failure. but what is already clear to them is the metro north train was traveling much too fast before it derailed. >> the train was traveling at approximately 82 miles an hour as it went into a 30 miles an hour curve. >> when i heard about the
paul walker die inned. >>> they thought this was a dead man's hand after two and a half days at the bottom of 90 feet of ocean, why wouldn't it be? it was a man alive after all that time that deep in the water >>> we begin with the breaking news the new york train wreck that took the lives of four dozen and sent many to the hospitals. it came after investigators answered no alcohol involved they said. no sign of break trouble or malfunctioning signals or any mechanical problems that day. ruling all that out only tightened the focus on train enga near william rockefeller and his train going off the tracks 80 mile s an hour on a curve made for 30. that may have been the first inkling of why this happened and there is more tonight. it is breaking news. details from nick robertson who talked to mr. rockefeller's lawyer. >> reporter: the night before the accident mr. rockefeller had good sleep, he went to bed at 8:30 in the evening, woke up at 3:30 in the morning, reported to work after 5:00 in the morning and mr. rockefeller acknowledges he had a temporary loss of concentration j
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